Mulga or King Brown Snake (Pseudechis australis) Mulga snakes occur in most states of Australia except for Victoria and Tasmania. Mulga snakes inhabit woodlands, hummock grasslands, chenopod scrublands and almost bare gibber or sandy deserts, usually sheltering near humans under timber, rubbish piles, burrows and deep soil cracks. They are not found in rainforests.

Mulga or King Brown Snake (Pseudechis australis) Mulga snakes occur in most states of Australia except for Victoria and Tasmania. Mulga snakes inhabit woodlands, hummock grasslands, chenopod scrublands and almost bare gibber or sandy deserts, usually sheltering near humans under timber, rubbish piles, burrows and deep soil cracks. They are not found in rainforests.

Windjana Gorge, Kimberley, Western Australia

Windjana Gorge, Kimberley, Western Australia

Windjana Gorge National Park, King Leopold Ranges, Australia — by Swiss Nomads. The Windjana Gorge is located in the Kimberley Region along the Gibb River Road between Kununurra and Derby. There is...

Windjana Gorge National Park, King Leopold Ranges, Australia — by Swiss Nomads. The Windjana Gorge is located in the Kimberley Region along the Gibb River Road between Kununurra and Derby. There is...

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